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    Default What vanes for 3D?

    What vanes would you recommend for 3D open/unlimited classes?

    Thanks,

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    Default I shoot

    Blazer type vanes.

    2.0 HP Vanetec vanes.

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    AAE shield cut work for me.

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    duravanes duravanes duravanes

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    For open and unlimited classes, anything in a 1 High profile to a 2 low profile are common setups.
    The only one that is your competitor is the air between your ears!



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    I use the Gateway Rayzrs, they have not let me down in the last three years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rpford53 View Post
    I use the Gateway Rayzrs, they have not let me down in the last three years.
    I always shoot blazers but this year I am shooting a 2.5" vantec

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    Last year I switched to Flex Fletch Flash. I like these a lot.
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    Thanks for the replies guys.
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    Blazers 1.5 X- vanes work great for me

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    Default Bohning

    I'm shooting 1.75 X vanes. Shoot well in the wind around Kansas.
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